Graham Carter

'Plenty of humour and wit . . . should be in every angler's collection . . . a book to saviour and enjoy . . . a must buy . . . highly recommended.' -- Tangled Lines, by Anthony Swainson.

Graham Carter

( Editor, Fishing & Outdoors )

Other Testimonials

'Perfect for a lazy afternoon read.' - Fishermen's Tales, by Peter Jessup.

Daily Post

( Book reviewer, Rotorua )

'The quality of the publication and the speed with which it was produced are a credit to editor Josh Easby.' - FANZ: The Football Magazine (Winner, Publication of the Year, NZFMA Awards).

Simon Kay

( Awards judge )

'The evolution of New Zealand ... can be traced through the significant speeches collected in this handsome volume.' - Speeches that Shaped New Zealand (1814-1956).

Unity Books

( Independent bookstore, Wellington )

'It's a fantastic book!' - Welcome to New Zealand, a pictorial essay on the way our towns say 'hello' through their signs.

Paul Henry

( Television and radio broadcaster )

‘A volume that will have your ears ringing for days.’ — LIVE: Gigs that Rocked New Zealand, by Bruce Jarvis and Josh Easby.

Russell Baillie

( Entertainment Editor, NZ Herald )

'Stories that will make you laugh and others that will shock and surprise.' - Boaties' Tales, by Peter Jessup.

Hawkes Bay Today

( Book review section )

‘This coffee–table page–turner captures the magic.’ — LIVE: Gigs that Rocked New Zealand, by Bruce Jarvis and Josh Easby.

Graham Reid

( Music writer & editor, Elsewhere.co.nz )

‘Beautifully presented with great recipes . . . an innovative slant on reinvigorating some classic Kiwi dishes.’ -- The Kiwi Beer Lover's Cookbook, by Sam Cook.

Robyn Yousef

( Howick & Botany Times, Auckland )

‘A humourous and provocative look at New Zealand and the way we see ourselves today.’ -- Myth New Zealand, by Justin Brown.

Graham Beattie

( Book blogger )